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OUR MISSION IS TO DEVELOP AND IMPROVE
OUR PATIENTSʼ LIFELONG VISUAL FUNCTION

Welcome To InSight Vision Therapy

At InSight Vision Therapy, our mission is to develop and improve our patients’ lifelong visual function. Our doctor provides thorough binocular vision and visual-perceptual evaluations in a friendly, comfortable atmosphere. Our office gladly co-manages with other eye doctors and therapists in the Rogue Valley, and we will work together to take the best care of our patients. We are delighted to see people of all ages in our clinic, so if you are experiencing difficulties with eye-teaming, eye movement, vertigo or double vision, give us a call. If your child has difficulty in school, take our questionnaire to see if there may be a visual processing challenge.

What Our Patients Say

Testimonial from VT Grad, J.B., while holding her graduation certificate

Hard work pays off!

Can we be honest? Vision Therapy is sometimes hard work. And we understand that! Here is a patient who was making improvements in VT, but after a while, she was burning out. She returned after a 4-month break, and since then we’ve seen HUGE changes in confidence and memory!! Her mom says she “can follow directions better, read better, has an easier time with a lot of things.” Congrats to this hard-working graduate!!

JB Vision therapy graduate 2020 April 13, 2021

Older woman holding her head sitting down

This is so encouraging!

I have noticed that I am a little bit more aware of the periphery, mostly when outside in the garden, which is a lovely way to start. I am not running my hand on the wall in the hallway, right side like I was doing more than I realized.  I was aware of doing that or having my hand out to right in public places. or getting clipped to the right.  this is so encouraging.  I am 3 years post-MVA so even though I am worlds better, I am aware of what is still problematic.  I am encouraged about the possibilities in vision therapy to help with other sensory issues.

Traumatic Brain Injury March 25, 2021

Testimonial from VT Grad, R.T., with friends

Straight eyes all the time!

So much cuteness! This patient graduated from vision therapy last year, and today his eyes are doing even better than when he finished therapy! Dr. Carter will be presenting his case study at AMFECCO in México next month. Before surgery, his eyes turned in. After surgery, they turned out. Now they are straight all the time!!

RT Vision therapy graduate 2020 April 13, 2021

Testimonial from VT Grad, E.B., posing with her graduation certificate

First Vision Therapy Graduate of 2020!

Here’s our first Vision Therapy Graduate of 2020! This sweet girl brightens the room wherever she goes. She’s seen improvement in reading, tracking, and spelling. Oh, the places she will go!!

EB Vision therapy graduate 2020 April 13, 2021

Zachary working on a visual exercise with blocks of different shapes and sizes

Dr. Carter was always so upbeat and caring!

Dr. Carter was always so upbeat, caring and really worked hard to connect with Zachary and incorporate ideas that would work well with his sensory issues.  She had to be creative and figure out how to motivate him when this was not a pleasant task for him.

Zachary's Parents Sensory Processing Disorder March 24, 2021

Dr. Carter explains her favorite aspects of vision and learning evaluations, and the types of changes she often sees when a patient is enrolled in our vision therapy program.

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